TUNGE SELECTED BY FOREST SERVICE FOR FIRE MANAGER POSITION

Bottineau – State Forester Larry Kotchman selected Sarah Tunge to serve as the Fire Manager for the North Dakota Forest Service.  She began her duties on October 7 and is stationed at the Bismarck office.   Tunge will be responsible for developing, implementing and directing statewide wildfire protection programs.  The position provides overall program oversight…
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Up Next?

North Dakota’s muzzleloader deer season opens at noon Friday, Nov. 26 and continues through Dec. 12. Hunters with a lottery muzzleloader license can hunt white-tailed deer statewide. In addition, unfilled second, third or other concurrent season any-antlerless, antlerless whitetail or antlerless mule deer licenses are still valid, but only in the unit to which the…
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Poached Moose

Moose Shot in Traill County, Warden Seeks Information North Dakota Game and Fish Department district game warden Jason Scott is searching for answers in the illegal shooting of a moose in Traill County. Scott said a bull moose was shot this past weekend, Saturday evening or Sunday morning, 5 miles east and 2.5 miles north…
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Nuts & Bolts Of Tewaukon Pheasant Hunting

REFUGE PHEASANT SEASON OPENS NOVEMBER 22 The Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge will open to pheasant hunting on Monday, November 22, 2010.  The Refuge will remain open to pheasant hunting through January 2, 2011.  Both the Tewaukon and the Sprague Lake Unit, southwest of Rutland, are open. Hunters are reminded that the Refuge season is open…
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After Deer=more Upland

North Dakota hunters are reminded that several national wildlife refuges open to late-season upland game bird hunting the day after the deer gun season closes. Arrowwood, Audubon, Des Lacs, J. Clark Salyer, Lake Alice, Lake Zahl, Long Lake, Lostwood, Tewaukon (pheasants only), and Upper Souris NWRs open Nov. 22. However, portions of each refuge are…
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